In many countries and cultures, black cats are considered good luck. Anyone who thinks otherwise has obviously never spent time with these beautiful felines made from shadows. Far from unlucky, these furry voids are bottomless wells of love and snuggles. And those fortunate enough to be owned by one know that there’s just some unique charm to a black cat that leaves you happily spellbound.
And celebrikitty October is a perfect example of the magic of black cats. With more than 126K followers on social media, this adorable floof proves that to know a black cat is to love her! And with a face so precious, it’s no wonder this little bitty Persian cat is taking over the world one adorable blep at a time.
Its October’s World
At six years old, October the cat is a charming lady with a coat of black fur that has a mind of its own, often styling itself into wild wisps that give the pretty Persian an adorably bewildered look. Her jungle eyes sparkle with mirth, and she tends to drift off into derpy daydreams, which creates a lovely portrait of a cat contemplating what it is to be a feline. And then there are her bleps.
Utterly magical, October is one of the best bleppers in the biz with her pink tongue and the striking contrast it makes with her sooty fur.
And being the benevolent feline she is, October is happy to share her tips for blep purrfection.
“Derp 101: Open your eyes really wide and stick out your tongue… then stare into oblivion,” explained October.
“I’m a bit strange, but in my defense…normal is boring,” October admitted.
This lovely lady is absolutely right, and we love her for it. And so do her fans, all 120k Instagram followers and 6.5k Facebook fans.
But don’t let her sweetness fool you; she is a feline after all. And as a cat, October is certainly allowed her sassiness, explaining, “My attitude is not the problem… it’s your lack of treats.”
And by the way, October needs you to know she enjoys a snack with peanut butter. So make handy with the toast!
And on the subject of snacks, October has a tip for getting the food she desires, and she wants other cats to know this tidbit, too, “Cat logic 101: If I stare at it long enough, it will be mine.”
Such a helpful cat, that October!
Feature Image: @littlebittyoctober/Instagram